Friday, March 4, 2016

GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (231st Issue)

This metablog contains a  photo dump of Lucy Liu, a good measure of science, a bit of retro stuff and a small dash of Donald Trump. All the stuff cool cats need!

   
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Lucy Liu doing risque stuff 

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Plenty more of Lucy Liu photos and GIFs 
         
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"There’s Something About a Goat" – Jimmy Buffet
  
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Mainstream Press has Gone Batshit Crazy ! 
  
  
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Fritz's Rule 5 Post - Lucy Liu 


In case you missed it, physicists discovered gravitational waves, finally solving Einstein's theories and paving the way for brand new understandings of physics. To do that, two near-identical observatories in Washington and Louisiana have two 2.5 mile vacuum tubes, which fire five laser interferometers each. If those lasers are disturbed by gravitational waves, LIGO detects a positive match. And that's exactly how it caught the whispers of a black hole merger from 1.5 billion years ago. 
     
Gravitational Waves Made Simple 
(the cool stuff starts at 3:40) 
   
Massive Scientific Facilities at the Cutting Edge of Research 


  
In the name of historical study, lets explore the undergarment sections of catalogs of yore.  In the days before the internet, this was the go-to resource for finding ladies undressed.
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Mariveles Reef, Spratly Islands

Most digital maps today rely upon a set of coordinates known as the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS-84). However, digital mapping products in China instead use something called “the GCJ-02 datum.” an apparently random algorithmic offset “causes WGS-84 coordinates to be plotted incorrectly on GCJ-02 maps.” GCJ-02 data are also somewhat oddly known as “Mars Coordinates,” as if describing the geography of another planet. 

Facebook’s artificial-intelligence software can probably map more in a week than humanity has mapped over our entire history. 

Interview With a Modern-Day Independent Mapmaker



There’s a Fighting Game Featuring Famous Scientists and Their Special Moves 

Vintage Babe of the Week is Iris Adrian!



Data,   Data,   Data,   Data,   and Data
 Facebook’s Five New Reaction Buttons 

Egyptian Student Who Threatened Trump on Facebook to Be Deported 

The new Facebook reactions buttons could also come in handy for media companies during the U.S. presidential election. Perhaps, a media company may decide to show content about Donald Trump only to users that “Love” or “Like” articles about him rather than the ones that are “Angry” about his policies. 




"Everybody got vices" - The Smokin Muscle Head 

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"As usual, many of the following links are to pictures generally considered NSFW, and should you lack the discretion to click on them in an appropriate place at an appropriate time, the management is not responsible for your being fed to man-eating tigers, becoming addicted to drugs and/or plastic surgery, harassed by paparazzi, or contracting unique and terrible STDs. You is been warned." - Wombat, the Rule 5 Dude


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Paul Sutton is Devilishly Creative 
  

End of the
 "Girl Next Door" Era



Some kind soul on Imgur who goes by the name theground2 scanned, uploaded and captioned every single Playboy centerfold from 1953 to 2016. I can’t post all that many of the images on this blog for obvious reasons (that would take forever) -- Hat Tip





Gary's  Sultress - Adrianne Curry 

Girls Of The Redheaded Rebellion


"The best posts I have seen this week" - Proof Positive Dude

What is happening in Ye Olde Blogosphere?

Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CLXXVIII)

 NSFW Fred Dude, the Stellar Blogger


The Beatnik Dictionary 
  

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